mitotic inhibitor

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mitotic inhibitor

[mī′täd·ik in′hib·əd·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A compound that inhibits mitosis.
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They act as antimitotic agents in the epidermis by influencing gene transcription resulting in inhibition of the immunological, inflammatory and proliferative processes of the disease [14-16].
The caspase inducer encompassed by the SBIR grant is one of a new class of antimitotic agents.